Foods That Support DNA Repair

The Woodlands Institute for Health & Wellness

Here is a list of some of the most supportive foods which provide the resources to make the enzymes the body requires to repair DNA and their corresponding phyto-nutrients. These are all healthy foods we should ensure are frequently included in our daily diets. The key is rotation and inclusion of as many as possible over time.

Vitamin D

Salmon, wild

Trout

Cod Liver Oil

Mushrooms, portabella

Tuna, canned, Skipjack

Sardines

Pork, cooked

Egg 

 

Sulforaphane

Broccoli

Rutin

Apples

Black tea

Green tea

Buckwheat

 

Quercetin

Capers

Red onion

Berries

Broccoli

 

Curcumin

Turmeric

 

Fisetin

Strawberries

Green tea

Chamomile tea

Apples

 

Resveratrol

Pistachios

Grapes

Blueberries

Dark Chocolate

 

Epigallocatechin-3-gallate

a.k.a EGCG

Green tea

 

Polyphenols

Apple peel

Pomegranate peel

Purple sweet potato

 

Delta- and Gamma Tocopherols (Vit. E) and

Tocotrienols

Raspberries

Blackberries

Hazelnuts

Olive Oil

 

Astaxanthin

Microalgae

Some seafood such as krill

 

Isothiocyanates

Broccoli

Cabbage

Kale

Arugula

Brussels sprouts

Cauliflower

Bok choy

Collards

Watercress

Radishes

 

Triterpenoids/Terpenes

Apples

Peppermint

Oregano

Thyme

Mango

Lemongrass

Rosemary

 

Sulfur Compounds

Garlic

Onion

Chives

Leeks

 

Carotenoids

Tomato

Watermelon

Guava

 

Magnesium

Halibut, wild

Almonds

Cashews

Spinach

Potato, baked with skin

Peanuts

Avocado

Kidney beans

Banana

By |2020-08-05T13:13:43-05:00August 8th, 2020|Articles, General|
%d bloggers like this: